Excellent comprehensive 60 page guide written for patients about Stage IV Breast Cancer and published by the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN). Read online, download pdf or order from Amazon.
Metastatic breast cancer information and support for patients, family and friends by long-time advocate and author Musa Mayer.
Message board for metastatic breast cancer postings.
Source for information on brain metastases in breast cancer. The site is organized by Musa Mayer and other advocates working with government researchers.
A non-profit organization dedicated to providing reliable, complete and up-to-date
information about breast cancer. Enter metastatic in the search box for specific information.
www.Cancer.gov /800-4-CANCER / M-F 9am – 4:30 pm EST (English and Spanish)
The National Cancer Institute’s comprehensive site for cancer patients to understand types of cancer, clinical trials, statistics, research and available resources.
www.Cancer.net / 888-651-3038 / M-F 8am – 4pm EST
Comprehensive consumer site providing timely, oncologist approved information to help patients make informed health-care decisions. Sponsored by ASCO (American Society of Clinical Oncologists), the site includes cancer overviews, coping, and advocacy.
Ask the Expert from Johns Hopkins. Click on metastatic breast cancer and type in your question.
Living Beyond Breast Cancer (LBBC) is a non profit organization whose mission is to connect breast cancer patients to trusted information and a community of support. From the home page, click on I am living with metastatic breast cancer to find information specific to metastatic disease. LBBC also offers annual conferences, informative webinars and a hotline.
Susan G. Komen has added a section to their website on Metastatic Breast Cancer. click on Understanding Breast Cancer>metastatic breast cancer
This site, sponsored by NBCC, National Breast Cancer Coalition, a national advocacy group, gives information on the latest research, advocacy issues, and the overarching politics and priorities for breast cancer legislation and government funding.
A service of the National Cancer Institute that provides a free database search of over 19 million life science and medical journals for the advanced user who is familiar with medical/scientific terminology and research methods.